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How Google manages open source

Many people know that Google uses a single repository, the monorepo, to store all internal source code. The Google monorepo has been blogged about, ...
Jeremy Katz
by Jeremy Katz
on July 23, 2020

Jeremy Katz

Jeremy Katz

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A few lessons from our first ever virtual all hands

By Jeremy Katz on June 30, 2020
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Your enterprise app is built on deprecated npm modules. 😱or 💅?

By Jeremy Katz on April 9, 2020
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New to working from home? Here’s how to make remote work work.

By Jeremy Katz on April 2, 2020
Over the past few weeks, companies employing millions of workers have had to figure out how they can make remote work work. Organizations across the ...

Why coordinated security vulnerability disclosure policies are important

By Jeremy Katz on January 21, 2020
We believe that working with maintainers to create coordinated security vulnerability policies is important. Why? Here’s one story to illustrate.

The simple magic of package manifests and lockfiles

By Jeremy Katz on December 12, 2019
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The Tidelift approach to securing open source dependencies

By Jeremy Katz on November 21, 2019
If your team is like most modern application development teams, you are using a core of 70-80% open source components in your application. For good ...

It's the end of Python 2. Are we prepared?

By Jeremy Katz on October 24, 2019
In just a few short months, Python 2 will officially reach the end of its supported life. 💀 This means that anyone building applications in Python ...

A managed approach to securing your open source dependencies

By Jeremy Katz on September 26, 2019
Most applications are built on a foundation of more than 70 percent open source components. Who is on the hook for ensuring those components are ...

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